Sargon (Sharruken) of Akkadia (Sharek , Salitis) f. < -2350

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Slektsnavn House of Sargon
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Fullt navn (ved fødsel) Sargon (Sharruken) of Akkadia
Andre etternavn Sharek , Salitis
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Daughter of Enshakushanna [Akkadia]

La'ibum ? (Steward of Gu'Edena) [?]

Wiki-side wikipedia:Sargon_of_Akkad
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Hendelser

< -2350 fødsel: Azupiranu (Arzawa), Land of Elam, Upper Mesopotamia

barnefødsel: w Manishtu ? (of Akkadia) [House of Sargon]

barnefødsel: Enheduanna ? (of Akkadia) [House of Sargon]

barnefødsel: Abaish-takal of Akkadia [House of Sargon]

barnefødsel: w Rimush ? (of Akkadia) [House of Sargon]

bosted: Kish, Upper Mesopotamia

andre: Rite of Nammu - The rite of Nammu is a consecration ceremony

-2334 ? -2279 tittel: King of Akkadia

-2300? barnefødsel: Ibarum [House of Sargon] f. -2300?

Notater

Not to be confused with Sargon I ? (Sharru-ken, Salitis) (Asher, ?) or Sargon II (Sharru-kinu) ? (Šarru-kên) (Aseraph, ?)

Sargon's inscriptions report that ships from Magan, Meluhha, and Dilmun, among other places, rode at anchor in his capital of Agade. The location of Magan is not known with certainty but the names of its king was In-Susinak Shushan (Shemite, ?), and it was referred to in Sumerian cuneiform texts of around 2300 BCMal:Ref! as a source of copper and diorite for Mesopotamia. The land of Gal-Mesedi has been identified as Egypt and its king was Kak-siwe-Tempti, probably Seheteptawy ? (Kak-siwe-Teti) (6th Dynasty - Egypt, ?).

The location of Meluhha is debated. Some scholars maintain that Meluhha is derived from earlier Sumerian documents with the alternative value "Me-lah-ha", which they identify with the Dravidian Met-akam "high abode/country". They further claim that Meluhha is the origin of the Sanskrit mleccha meaning "barbarian, foreigner". The word is also similar to Malahha (Urdu: ملاح ) word for sailor in Sindhi and Urdu languages.

Dilmun, is described as "the place where the sun rises" and "the Land of the Living", is the scene of some versions of the Sumerian creation mythMal:Ref!, and the place where the deified Sumerian hero of the flood, Ziusudra (Utnapishtim), was taken by the gods to live forever.

Autobiography of Sargon

My mother was a high priestessMal:Ref!, my father I knew not. The brothers of my father loved the hills. My city is Azupiranu, which is situated on the banks of the Euphrates. My high priestess mother conceived me, in secret she bore me. She set me in a basket of rushes, with bitumen she sealed my lid. She cast me into the river which rose over me. The river bore me up and carried me to Akki, the drawer of water. Akki, the drawer of water, took me as his son and reared me. Akki, the drawer of water, appointed me as his gardener. While I was a gardener, Ishtar granted me her love, and for four and ... years I exercised kingship.

Kilder

  1. King, L. W., Chronicles Concerning Early Babylonian Kings, II, London, 1907, pp. 3ff; 87–96. -
  2. http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/524282/Sargon#s_top -
  3. Sargon Tablets Segment A - Father named as Laibum of Arzuwa/Hyksos
  4. The Pyramid Age By Emmet John Sweeney - Sareksylitus as Hyksos invader of Egypt during the reign of Tutimaeus
  5. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dilmun - Dilmun, is described as "the place where the sun rises" and "the Land of the Living",
  6. http://etcsl.orinst.ox.ac.uk/section2/tr214.htm - Autobiography of Sargon

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== 3 ==
Sargon (Sharruken) of Akkadia (Sharek , Salitis)
fødsel: < -2350, Azupiranu (Arzawa), Land of Elam, Upper Mesopotamia
bosted: Kish, Upper Mesopotamia
andre: Rite of Nammu - The rite of Nammu is a consecration ceremony
tittel: -2334 ? -2279, King of Akkadia
== 3 ==
Barn
Rimush ? (of Akkadia)
tittel: -2214 ? -2206
Manishtu ? (of Akkadia)
tittel: -2278 ? -2264, King of Akkadia
Enheduanna ? (of Akkadia)
tittel: Uruk, High Priestess of Sin
Ibarum
fødsel: -2300?
Barn
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Sru-Enlil (Ibarum) of Akkadia
tittel: -2250, King of Assyria
Naram-Sin ? (of Akkadia)
tittel: -2254 ? -2218, Alternate Timelime
tittel: -2190 ? -2154, King of Akkadia
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